A Second Dialogue between Buonaparte and John Bull / Scene---CalaisBuonaparte. How do you do, Monsieur Anglois? / John. What's that to you? / Buon. Nay, John, don't be angry. / John. Angry! I am angry, and I will be angry [...]
Letterpress with large margins, and 18th century watermark; sheet 530 x 440mm (21 x 17¼"). Folds and creases.
Largeand impressive broadside published at the time when fears of an invasion of the British Isles by Napoleon were at their height, entreating Britons to assist in the defence of the country by entrol for the country's defences and discourage the French from invading. 'Lose not therefore a Moment in preparing the Means of atchieving so much Glory for your Country, of gaining so much Honour for Yourselves, and your proud Posterity!!!' Published by John Hatchard (1768-1849), who founded the Piccadilly bookseller still thriving over two hundred years on.
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